I’m a week late with this one but of course I couldn’t let it go without giving it a shot. Even knowing the likelihood someone will click to watch any of these videos is extremely slim. If this online journal were audience-driven and not communicator-driven, pretty much none of the content over 15 years would exist.
What’s a good song with a time of day in its title?
I’m going with “2 Minutes to Midnight,” one of my top 5 Iron Maiden songs.
What’s a good song with a day of the week in its title?
Let’s list a few great ones first:
- “Monday Morning” by Fleetwood Mac
- “I Don’t Like Mondays” by the Boomtown Rats
- “Blue Monday” by New Order
- “Tuesday” by Five for Fighting
- “Tuesday’s Child” by Steven Curtis Chapman
- “Friday I’m in Love” by the Cure
- “Friday” by Rebecca Black
- “Saturday Night’s All Right for Fighting” by Elton John
- “Lookin’ for the Heart of Saturday Night” by Tom Waits (but covered better by Shawn Colvin)
- “I Scream Sunday” by One Bad Pig
But the best is probably “Sunday Bloody Sunday” by U2. This video is from the incredible Live Aid performance.
What’s a good song with a month in its title?
“September Morn” by Neil Diamond is a good one (I mean that with no irony), but how about “December” by Collective Soul? And no, you’ll not get a “November Rain” by Guns n’ Roses out of me, although I don’t dislike the song as I once did. They played it when I saw them last January and it was pretty dang good.
What’s a good song with a year in its title?
Tempted to go with “Summer of ’69” by Bryan Adams since that’s the year I was born, but “1974” by Amy Grant is one of her three best songs.
What’s a good song with the word “time” in its title?
Like everyone else, I have a million songs in my iTunes library whose titles contain this word. My favorite group all through intermediate and high school was Styx, and of course I still have a super-soft spot for them in my heart. My favorite album of theirs, Paradise Theater, has two hit songs with the word in their titles: “The Best of Times” and “Too Much Time on My Hands.” “The Best of Times” is the song that got me hooked on them, that turned me eventually away from top 40 to rock, where I pretty much stayed (exclusively!) until I got to college and opened my mind up a little more. If you’re old enough and lived in Hawaii, it didn’t get me from KIKI to 98 Rock, but it opened the door.